It has 4 different buildings and a beautiful garden in the middle.I really think you need to pay a visit if you are in Sarajevo.
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This museum has a lot of potential with all the exponates it has, but somehow it is empty most of the time and tourists avoid it usually
I'm very sad to say this was the worst part of my Sarajevo trip. I spent several months to plan my trip to Sarajevo and I really wanted to visit this museum to see the famous "Haggadah"... I bought the ticket and when I asked...More
Museum is in 4 parts. The front building is majestic in it"s own right and had interesting "lumps of stuff" & loads of dug up jewels. I particularly liked the ethnographic building & display, 6 rooms imported from various affluent families. The rear building is...More
The exhibits are nicely done, offering insight into the region, its culture and its history. It would have been even better had all the exhibits, similar to those in the archeology section, contained explanations in both Bosnian and English. Also a shame that the section...More
The Zemaljski Muzej is west of the Parliament building. It is a fascinating place to see the many pieces of Bosnia & herzegovina's history. In the middle there is a botanical garden, where you will find many of the endemic flowers and plants found through...More
The garden, and the departments of ethnology and archeology are a must-see. The departments give you a taste of culture and history, showing the movement of people on the territory of today's Bosnia.
A small museum that has a variety of exhibits. Excellent photos of the forests in different stages on the top floor. Sadly it was shut for over 3 years and only reopened recently due to lack of funding so needs visitors to keep it open....More
In Sarajevo, they will charge you admissions for all kinds of lousy, badly set exhibits. Skip that and go to a real museum. It's beautiful, informative and translated into English. Their archeology collection is great, medieval jewellery amazing. Natural history part is rather old fashioned...More